Daily Devotional – 12/2/14 “Indecisive Saints!”

I wonder why we, as folk, find it so easy to sign a 2 year phone commitment with a cell phone company but we won’t commit to God. Yet we renew this contract with them year after year, when we upgrade our phone but we’ve yet to upgrade our worship. Isn’t it something how we are quick to sign that loan for a new car committing to paying once a month for the next 3 to 5 years on a loan yet we can’t even dedicate 4 Sunday mornings, 1 to 2 possible Sunday evenings and 4 Mondays (or whenever your bible study is) out of a month to serving God. We commit to the job but not to the one who gave us the talent. We commit to the man but not to the one who made the man. When will we stop being indecisive Saints? You know those whose faith wave like a flag in the morning wind. God doesn’t need those He has to wait until you get up in the morning to see whose side you’re on because He needs workers who are willing and able at all times. Aren’t you looking at the news? God needs folk who don’t mind going out into the streets to pray because our world is in trouble y’all.

Oh, you don’t know if you’re decisive or not? Well, let me tell you. If your faith is dependent on your mood, you are an indecisive Saint. If you attend worship by the weather, you are an indecisive Saint. If you’re devoted when it’s convenient, you are an indecisive Saint. If you praise based on who is looking, you are an indecisive Saint. If you go to worship for the mess, you are an indecisive Saint. And if you are the one keeping up the mess, you are an indecisive Saint. Baby you need to decide today whose side you’re on. What if you died at this very moment? Would you die in sin? Then what sense would it make to live in hell and then die and go to hell? Please understand, you do have a choice for the bible says in Joshua 24:15, “And if it seem evil unto you to serve the LORD, choose you this day whom ye will serve; whether the gods which your fathers served that were on the other side of the flood, or the gods of the Amorites, in whose land ye dwell: but as for me and my house, we will serve the LORD.” You have a choice but you need to choose. Stop being indecisive! If you choose God, choose Him with your whole heart and be committed!